The Journal of Japanese Studies

Table of Contents
Volume 39, Number 1
Winter 2013


ARTICLES

 

Concrete Results? The TVA and the Appeal of Large Dams in Occupation-Era Japan
ERIC DINMORE {abstract}

Grand Demons and Little Devils:

Akutagawa's Kirishitan mono as a Mirror of Modernity
REBECCA SUTER {abstract}

Reevaluating Rikyū:
Kaiseki and the Origins of Japanese Cuisine
ERIC C. RATH {abstract}
 


PERSPECTIVES

 

Japan's Rhetoric of Crisis: Prospects for Change after 3.11
RICHARD J. SAMUELS {abstract}


REVIEWS

Stanley-Baker, Murakami, and Tambling, eds., Reading the Tale of Genji:
Its Picture Scrolls, Texts and Romance
MARGARET H. CHILDS

Ferejohn and Rosenbluth, eds., War and State Building in Medieval Japan
SUZANNE GAY

Goble, Confluences of Medicine in Medieval Japan:
Buddhist Healing, Chinese Knowledge, Islamic Formulas, and Wounds of War
W. WAYNE FARRIS

Eubanks, Miracles of Book and Body:
Buddhist Textual Culture and Medieval Japan
PAUL S. ATKINS

Rowe, Bonds of the Dead:
Temples, Burial, and the Transformation of Contemporary Japanese Buddhism
STEVEN HEINE

Heine and Wright, eds., Zen Masters
ROY STARRS

Yang, Technology of Empire: Telecommunications and
Japanese Expansion in Asia, 1883–1945
JEFFREY W. ALEXANDER

Saya (Noble, trans.), The Sino-Japanese War and
the Birth of Japanese Nationalism
KŌICHIRŌ MATSUDA

Skabelund, Empire of Dogs: Canines, Japan, and
the Making of the Modern Imperial World
TOM HAVENS

Gordon, Fabricating Consumers: The Sewing Machine in Modern Japan
W. MILES FLETCHER III

Jones, Children as Treasures:
Childhood and the Middle Class in Early Twentieth Century Japan
EARL H. KINMONTH

Fujitani, Race for Empire: Koreans as Japanese and Japanese as Americans
during World War II
ERIN AERAN CHUNG

Moore, Soldier of God: MacArthur’s Attempt to Christianize Japan
JON DAVIDANN

Avenell, Making Japanese Citizens: Civil Society and the Mythology of the Shimin
in Postwar Japan
LORI WATT

Cybriwsky, Roppongi Crossing:
The Demise of a Tokyo Nightclub District and the Reshaping of a Global City
YASUSHI MATSUMOTO

Goodman, Iwamoto, and Toivonen, eds., A Sociology of Japanese Youth:
From Returnees to NEETs
YŪJI GENDA

Hurley, Revolutionary Suicide and Other Desperate Measures:
Narratives of Youth and Violence from Japan and the United States
EIKO MARUKO SINIAWER

Naff (Rimer, ed.), The Kiso Road: The Life and Times of Shimazaki Tōson
STEPHEN DODD

Angles, Writing the Love of Boys: Origins of Bishōnen Culture
in Modernist Japanese Literature
STEVEN C. RIDGELY

Dorsey and Slaymaker, eds., Literary Mischief: Sakaguchi Ango, Culture, and the War
MARK WILLIAMS

Stahl and Williams, eds., Imag(in)ing the War in Japan:
Representing and Responding to Trauma in Postwar Literature and Film
DOUG SLAYMAKER

McKnight, Nakagami, Japan: Buraku and the Writing of Ethnicity
Thelle, Negotiating Identity: Nakagami Kenji’s Kiseki and the Power of the Tale
IAN NEARY

Sas, Experimental Arts in Postwar Japan: Moments of Encounter, Engagement,
and Imagined Return
ANN SHERIF

 Ridgely, Japanese Counterculture: The Antiestablishment Art of Terayama Shūji
WILLIAM MAROTTI

Strong, Ainu Spirits Singing: The Living World of Chiri Yukie’s Ainu Shin’yōshū
KIRSTEN REFSING

Gottlieb, Language Policy in Japan: The Challenge of Change
J. MARSHALL UNGER

Vovin, Koreo-Japonica: A Re-evaluation of a Common Genetic Origin
GEORGE STAROSTIN

Riles, Collateral Knowledge: Legal Reasoning in the Global Financial Markets
LUKE R. NOTTAGE

Umemura, The Japanese Pharmaceutical Industry:
Its Evolution and Current Challenges
ROBERT KNELLER

Söderberg, ed., Changing Power Relations in Northeast Asia:
Implications for Relations between Japan and South Korea
LAM PENG ER


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